Albert Blaes is quite ill. Mrs. E. V. Hangsterfer is visiting in Detroit. E. V. Hangstefer and wife are at Strawberry lake. Frank Kearney is taking a fortnight's vacation. B. St. James and family are at Whitmore Lake. Air. and .Mrs. Fred Bessimer are at Strawberry lake. Miases Bertha and Sophie Schneider have returned from Lima. Miss Cora Crandall, will spend the next tvvo weeks at Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger are at Roberts' Landing, St. Clairriver. Wm. B. Voorheis has returned from a week's Detroit ball playing. Rev. Henry Tatlock is passing these warm days at St. Clair Flats. W. B. Voorheis, on his return from Detroit, left on a northern trip. Mrs. John Burg and niece, Mabel Johnson, are at Star Island for a week. James Murnan, clerk of the Cook house, spent Sunday at Whitmore Lake. Mrs. A. C. Nichols and daughter Caroline, are visiting friends at Alpena. Herman Stierle, of Manchester, passed Sunday with Ann Arbor friends. Wm. Colgrove, of Milan, was a Sunday visitor at the home of his parents. Mrs. Fred C. Brown is visiting at Clyde and will also visit Flint and northern cittes. Glen V. Mills has returned from Flint, where he has been getting out a city guideboard. Bethlehem church choir were the guests of Miss Carrie Wahr, at Zukey lake last Friday. Dr. Guy Kiefer and wife, of Detroit, attended the Dunster-Suker wedding, last Thursday. Miss Gertrude Smith and Charles Smallwood, were last week guests of Miss Nelia Kitredge. Rev. Fr. Kelly was last week in attendance at the retreat of the diocese at Sandwich, Ont. The Misses Fansel, of Manchester, late visitors of their sister, Mrs. Martty, have returned home. Dr. C. M. Swantek, of Grand Rapids, is the guest of Will Caspary, to remain several weeks. Miss Bertha Boner, of Cincinnati, has arrived to pass the summer with her mother, on W. Huron street. Miss S. Hartman, accompanied by her mother, started Friday to pass the summer in Pennsylvania. . John R. Bowdish, Chas. F. Gage and H. A. Gage with their families are avoiding the heat at silver lake Supervisor Ed. DePuy and wife, of Saline, will vacationize in Northern Michigan for a couple of weeks. Miss Maggie Weis, late a guest of her sister, Mrs. E. Oesterlin, sr., has returned to her home in Jackson. Chas. Esslinger, Eugene Hiñes and Elmer Bancroft are Zukey lake campers, catching fish and rheumatism. Robert Gerner and sister Rickie have returned from Cheboygan. Their brother Gustave is much irnproved. N. Gates and A. Bauer recently returned from Horseshoe lake with a i2)í pound pickerel. Affidavit on file. Mrs. B. H. Martin, of Bay City, lately the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Martin, of this city, is visiting in Saline Dr. George Clark left last week for a few weeks at Grosse Isle and will go thence to Bay City to engage in practice. Miss Mary Duffy, daughter of Hon. Edward Duffy, has taken a position as preceptress in the Hancock schools. Harry Donnelly, of Chicago, having visited his parents during the past week, started Saturday evening for Kalamazoo. Dr. Vaughan, who recently removed his child who is ill, to Charlevoix, has telegraphed for the attendance of Dr. Doek. Prof. Hinsdale and wife will leave tomorrow for Provo, Utah, where the professor will lecture during two weeks. Return Aug. i. L. J. Liesemer is spending the week in Chicago. Robert Phillips, of 'the State Savings Bank, recently severely hurt by a fall from his bicycle is able now to be out on the street. Levi Jones has been designated and anounted brigade trumpeter, by Brig. Gen. Brown. His Gabriellunged ability stands in no dispute. Miss Anna Chalmers is attending the University at Bay View and Miss Julia left Thursday for a three rnonths' trip through the New England states. Hon. A. J. Sawyer, dropped in briefly, Saturday, from Cavanaugh lake, looking as cheerful as a successful candidate, and as brown as a Moorish pirate. Dr. Wm. Eister, a dental U. of M gradúate, now of Flushing, j (which place is fortúnate in j ing him), is in the city visiting his j mother and various friends. Misses Ellen C. and Mary L. i Hinsdale will soon visit Ohio, and; in August Miss Ellen will sail for Europe. Miss Mary will resume her position in the South Bend high j school. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Frueauff returned last evening from a delightful excursión to Frankfort, Benzïe county, and are greatly pleased with the trip. Frankfort is a pleasant summer resort and rates are moderate. Prof. Arthur Tagge, of Monroe, who has been visiting City Clerk Miller and family, the past few weeks, left last week with his mother for a few weeks' trip to London and Brantford, Ont., Niagara Falls and Rochester.